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W OV.MNov, Ea 184.m
I'a Will cling to Ihe Pillars of the t;zale f
our Liberts andtf tmustfalWetoP.
BAP'iN iiST"k L. CONF RNNCE.
i- chi Con frence, ofahe Edgefield As
soiation, willt hd its next session with
the Dry CreeiBaptisChurch, on Friday
-ef&e the fifth Lord's day in the next
month (December). The mueeting will
ommence at.1Io clok,.A.. M..
in addition tothe subjects appointed
- for thoe last meetinz; (which was not ield
-on account of the unfavorable weather,)
he followiing is appointed' for discussion
-at the next meetiug:-"Is- the portion of
Scripture contained in'the Gospel recorded
by Luke from the 19th chapter to the 31st
WM. B. JOHNSON, Cairmnan.
We would have noticed at an earlier
-day, th6 cominunicatioti- or -'APlanter,"
-had we not over looked it, in the great
-press of. business. If -the respectable
-writer will favor us with an interview, we
-think we can convince him of .the impro
priety of publishing his article.
Western Pork.-From what we can
learn from our' exchanges. Pork is very
abundant in the West this season and of
i superior quality. . We have no doubt
but there will be large lots driven to every
town and village in the South and South
west. Two.drrves have already arrived
in this village, and some fow hogs have
been sold at 2A cis gross; buyers however
are not veryaxious to purenase, as it is
thought prices will -come-down to 2 cents,
which we think high enough; taking into'
consideration the low 'price ofpoitton.
The Weather.-Afier many' day of
rainy,:gloony weather, the sun agaiishine.
out,-and vie have had- -Some plisaint
weather.; but therp, is again, an appear.
ance of a.change.
Roj/al-Visit.-The-recen t visit of Louis
Phillippe to the Court of Queen Victoria
.,created, quite a sens.tion in England.
Doubtless it was intended as a retuin for
the "ball" whiich her B4r'it'un i ajesi
lately made uponi him. Royal visits are
of much more frequent occurrence than for
a: long period past. Our readers will re
member that Nicholas, Emperor o Russia,
recently fevored the English peeple with
his a'ugust presence. The jouirnalists of
that caonntry, give; a -glowing account of
his receptton, -apd -of the number of
-magnificent donations which he made to
various itnsituttons aiid to individuals on
taking bis farewell. -All this sounded very
well. attd gained th&AuioctTthe plaudits
of the newspapers and thetttirinking por
tion of the people. But these serviic war
shippers of Royalty 'do not remember
the inillions of suff'erers in - he dominion
or Nicholas, whose wretchedntess it would
have well become the Empiror to alleviate
wvith some of the ptincely donaltions which
he so lavishly -bestowed . upon foreigners.
They forget that the money which' he
wtasted upon them. rightfully belonged to
mnany of his poor sufyjects, especially the
Poles, whom he -has. despoiled of every
thing and sent into hopeless' hondage. Lst
us hear nto miore of ithe gonosit of' oss
archs,. and -.such 'Monarchs as Nicholas !
Buit nevertheless the visits of Sovereigs to
each other, are often at tended with benefi
cial results. ' The remove ill-founded
prejtudices ' which 5 they ' may have enaterI
taided towards each -other.andi soften ail
ill feelinig which the pepeofoeconstry
may have for atnother. Sincethgera
peaciNIS1 in urope, 'Royial visits have
.been-comparatively frequent. The Empe
ror Alexander oFRntsna, soon after..visited
England, aatf li frienidl inter irse has
SinCe-leen- kept up bet ween 9his'- country
nd- Great Britain it ts much to be de
sired, thalt peace will conttnue to he main
tained bet ween France and Etngland, and
1hat each governmeni wiall endeavor to
beaefit the~other, instead of .fermentipg al
8pird~ of..hostility, between -the' pehple of
their respective countres. As there is now
so good1 an 'underst anding bett ween the Sov
ereigns,of both Kingtloms, there is a cheer
- ig prospect of a' long cotatinued p'daea
t lif e remembee iby many of our
reatgrugi ato1meountry hasr also been
hooea wiifo h seidnt of a Roy
al house.: t iiePrince de Join
vdlle, soni 'o onsA Pillppe.:paid us .a
visit, and had ia t-%riew 'lj ig sident
.Tyler.' Small as this .may tseddtt-may
be of lasiing imnportance. !f174 intei-course
betwteen Franeeand the United:S.te~
ever besdofth tfied .charar
tan a person ae quaeintance. of g
kindliest feelings for our country. eaven
gran G.iat-henothing . y eversunderthe
n otfriendsbipdhchaio sWn
ted us- with,4he hr-e
Vote or dt etrs.We
have not yet'seen in official account of the
voie cast for Presidential electors, in all the
Statesmentioned. ii the Yahle below ;..but
,ieliyeehe fllowing. account to be
Number of Electors.
States Clay. Polk.
MaIine.. . - 9
New Hampshire - - 6
Vermont - - 6 -
Massachusetts - 12 -
Rhode Island 4 -
Conuecticut - 6 -
New York - - 36
Newv Jersey - 7 -
Pennsylvania - - 26
Delaware - - 3 -
Maryland. - - -
Virginia - -. 17
North Carolina - 11 -
South Carolina - - 9
Georgia - - - 10
Alabama - - 9
Misissippi - - - 6
Louisiana - - - 0
Tennesse - - 13 -
Kentucky - - 12 -
Ohio - 23
Indiana - - - 12
I!linois - -
Missouri - - 7
Arkansas - - 3
Michigda - - 5
Polk's majority. 65
Of the States, 15 to 9, aud of the vote.
nearly two to one Denrocratic.
All in. the Fainay.-The nai-ugriation
of the Governor of Ohio, will -take place
in December next.. The robes of office
will le'tranaferred from father to son. Act.
ing G'o'v. Barilej will be suedededby Gov.
Santa Anna and his new. bride. -it will
be remembered, that the Mextemn Presi
dent recently retired top his country seat,
to indulge his grief for the recent loss of
his wife; he has consoled himself by taking
a new bride!
Great Ternperance Rerival in Lancaster!
Ohe Hfundred and ten Signatures in one
a anoiher column will be found an in
teresting accouni of aglorious Temperance
Kevival, which. has recently taken. place
atL'inaeser (u. Hi; ft was effected chief
ly through the agency of John G. Bow
luan, Esq., who is said.tw be one of the a
blest and most eloquent. Teimperance.Lec
tures in the Site. '-We should be . highly
pleased to see Mr. Bowman in Columbia,
duritig the ensuing winter. We fielieve
he 6:1e never lectured. here, and if he
could indt'i convenient to spend a week
or so wkh a during. the'. Seession, much
good * dotl'd undoubtedly . be effected.
From the incrensed .intererst which our
citizens 6egin to manifest in our weekly
nietingA,'aud from. ather. circumstances
which 'have fallen under our observation,
we believe that iho public. mind is.so fully
prepared for a renowed effort in heh'alf of
Tempersn'e, and we have no' doubt h bat a
speaker so. gifted, as we have heard Mr.
Bowman reptesented to be, with such aid
as we might be able to furnish him with,
might effect a~ revival hiere. wvhich would
soon extend to lie most extreme borders of
our St ate.-Temprane Advocae.
The sentence of the Court in the ease
of Reuben darrisonm, who'owias' eonvicted
of the murder of' Reuben, Reese at this'
place last week, was, that be. should be
hung on the first Friday in Febrepary'next,
The-Jury..recommended the prisonmer as a
ISt object for. Executive clemency, atnd we
pres5umte a petition will he sent on for that
pnr pde.-Greenville Mountaumneer.
~The Falt Term of Spartanhurg Court
is. now. in. Session this week-Judge Rich
ardson presiding. Ve nnderstand, that
therm is a large arm'un~t of husiness before
the.Court, but it 'is se pposed an adjourn
mnentswould take place.last evening, in or
der to allow sufficient time for the memn
bers ofhte.Bar to reach CGoltrmbia against
thermneetinm 'of the Legislaturn.- .reen
Mr, M..Garrett informs us .that lie has
raised on half an acre of land the ,present
season, thitty-five bushels or Corn. .The
hwncl as Jow'amd~marshiy, -and had -been
thoroti hf "drauined" The, rotind was
twice wel briik4: ditI91larted' about the
15ibhsf May, in -d'rill. 44. feet aiiar. add
'plomghed tivice." 'Mr. G. lives near Stones
ville, in~tis District. Who can 'besi this?
:Thfe6"Pmndletoni -Mssenger of -the 22d
nit. sayse-"tWe-have fidmorenainttitin
a few dayi'past than has fallerr before iice
Mareba The fall-has been unusally warm
and drydhbut have tis week had 'it' both
wet and-cold." - ' -,. ,
The Augu/sta chronicle of the 15thi'insi.
-says " suitable reward'will be given by
the- cilizjilistrren coianty-i4 pddition
to the rewrd affer d bythp Governor for thes
apprelietsio of Siadriik-i.' Rickeison,
who eomigtted 'a most'atrocious'murder
to, Jtssggnyron- ~ th instant, upon
the body dioner. -Ricket
'dondha o l:~~ dy hiir, anid
liad in small whisk
ers. lite5 o nplexion .is abou3
six 'r g ery erect, rather
Geral lipeaseinsert 'the
SlAuUI they k$noi.-W ho- abti~
-Shoirldile:Southt'ow th, a
since, receavi lmralco s-m
al 6J 2ll 9 t a Soiuth,
h o~reed p.opsnt5O,
a m.,tmhir amls:
Society ?" Should they know that the
!amesmissionDary -declares.-that ~tur m"ris
von-uries generally" are in favor of aboli
tioii,.bUt- remaiti silent. for- reasons tot
iated Ne refertthose who may wish
in formainon t 'tiisuest to 1t0 leised
or:Mrsa-Wade recently piblished in abo
.1iti papers. Women andwvine-are
are they not revealers of secrets ?-Chris
U. S. Senale.-The result of the Dela
ware election secures the choice ora Whig
to succeed R. H. Bayard, of.; he same pol
tics, in the U. S. Senate. making a total
of 26 Senators which the Whigs are sure
of, while-the Democrats are sure of only
25. Thke political characterof the Senate
depends entirely upon the - Legislature of
Virginia; and as parties in that body are
about equally devided, the whole matter
must remain in doubt until they take ac
tion in the premises. Ifvirginia elects a
Whig Senator, it will give the whig# ma
jority; if a Democrat, it will -give the
Demncrats a tnajoritv, inasmuch as Mr.
Dallas, the Vice President of the U. States.
will be ex officio President of the Senate,
and have the'casting vote.-N Y Jour.
Sugar.-.We learn by the last Planters'
Blinner that the planterfin St. Mary
parish are now actively engnged ii the
the manufacture of Sugar. The-article is
of uinusitally fine quality, but the yield is
not-good; The weniher, so far has been
favorable.-N. 0. Picayune.
Importint to Manufacturrs.-Judge
Story has lately decided, in the case of
Taylor vs. Carpenter. that manufact urers,
whether citizens or aliens, hhve A idghi to
the use of iheir name and trade marks, and
hias granted a perpetual injunction against
the defendant in the above case using the
iame anid marksofihe complainan-i, " who
are manufeturers of "Taylor's Persian
Prohibited.-Persons' of color are pto
hibited from entering the Islards of Cuia,
undei any prefeit % hatever.
Curious erdict.-A fellow who was
frozen to deatih in Iowa, last,winter when
the thermoneter wai two dearees below
zero, was brought before aju'ry tf inquest.
They handed a verdict of "death by freez
ing.' arid the thermometer was found
guilty of "morder in ;he second' degree.!"
Re-ult of Temperance.--k the recent
assizeg held at Kensington; Canada,- Mr.
Justice llegerman, in add'ressing the jury,
remarked ti.t-s-H'o was happy tosay
thar. i'n' his -arious circuits ihrough the
province, he found cine sensibl~yin the
detrdse, and that he was cotfirmed iii his
opinion 6y his brotherjudges.-That in
timperance. thefruitful parent ofvice, was
oftmuch niore rare occurrettce in the rural
districts than formerly. That thes1 h:p.
py results he ascribed to the general in
crease or weahb and p!osperity in the
count'rf, and to the more ample means
=afrtred difreilnig ivine worship.-His
lordship observed that otne great. duty of
magistrates was to see that no tnore than
a necessary iiumber of taver licences
should be granted. His honor alltded to the
thickly planied'sign posts in Hingstou and
had he been presiding in the Home dis
tiit, the same remark wduld justly apply
f ua UtaG, Npv. 20.
Coula.--The market i~s rathter dull. as hold
ers d1. not appear an~xinti to Rell. and butyers
are careless abotnt buying. T he receipts dii
ring the week have been light, no doutbt ott ac.
eotnt of the rain, which htas been tiallitng sitice
Monday,. Our quotations are ordinnry to mid
dlingd, middling fair 5, and fine. 5:4e., and an
extra line lot aight bring 5g a 54; 'ld 4 a 5.j.
Principal sates 44 a 5* cets'.
.Frcights.-The same as last qutoted.-Repnub
. Aaus r., Nov. 21'.
CoTen.l'Not'withritndirg the tow range of
prices, holders ,hnde. mnanifested a willingness
to meet purchasers, anad a fair busiies has been
*transacted since onut last repol-t. '('he receipts
for the week hsave beetriairge, btnt thti stock on
hand will not be vedneed by shipments, as our
river is again in navigiable order. We quote
the extremes of prices irom 3A to 5A; pritncipal
sales from 4 to 5 cents.
Grocries.-But i modterate btusinesshus
been transacted in groceries thie jiht wveek,~and
prices have undergone ino. ch~ange. The dioch
continnes good, witha the exneptioitof Domest
tic Liquors and Molasses, 'vhich remain scgrce,
with a msodera te demnand.-ontiutionais1.
- Corcsia., Nov. 21.
Cotion..--Fgr several days the weather has
been very we(; cool, and unfavorable for buasi
ness, and thes transactions have,. conseqnently
not' been so-ltatge as teual. Thne receipts of the
week are-3.456 bales--aft by wagons; of which
1,206 were stored, and 2'sold. No mate
rial vti-iation iii prics has occurred simce our
Iast-reporti. but-there -is-a- better demnd, sod
the prices 'quoted are'somewhat more rmedily
obtamed,' particularly for 'the middling qtuh
iies. We continue ouar quotationts offaust webk,
viz: Inferior and ordinary 31a 4 tMidlit 4
a 44; tMddling fair 4l a-45: Gzood fair 5;Good
-and--fine Sj a 5g;-printcipal sales -st 4j a 5*
centsa Forwarded to Charlestoin darng the
week 2.9y8 bales.
Groceries -There has been no material
changin ptrices. The tmarkeet is well sup
plied. and extensive siupplies come 1n daily by
1he' RI ilroad4-.so that largfegweli assorted and
fresh stoeksmay always he found.
Oat Tesday eveinig the 19rh iniua. by
T, G3 Bacon,-Esq.tMr.- H. T. WatO'r
to Miss RANCeES E. KEuNr, yiougest
daughter of R. Kenney, Esq., all of this
j rur fee received.
~~fiends- of Lieut. JAMES B.
HARaia;t hnune him as a candidate for
the -oflice '~Tax Colector at- the next
-election. ~ ~ .- --
O7Tbe frietds of SArPaONU. Ms
nniai~ii as a candidate fordhe Office
' 7~The friends of EnMUND MoRn-is,
Esq., ano'unce him as a eanditlnje'for the
Office of Tax Colector at the nen-t election,
~Oct.3 20 t f. n
A LADYdgfuitin d qualiliations
[;M. to -teach the variousbranehqs pf En
glish, id als'o f tsic will find. .eeloy
ment bymmedtatel.ap ing to etifer of
the ?ubscribers zear :Edge6eld:C. House.
C. L. GOODWIN,
Nov. 25. 1844. 4t. 44.
The Constitutonalist of Atunista, and
Charleston. Mercury, will please -copy
twice, and forward their accounts to this.
Blooded Stock for Sale.
W ILL be sold at Edgefield Court
HEouse,ou-the First Monday jin Jan
uary next.'ou a credit of twelve months, the
thorough bred Horse
He is a beautiful bay, being 15hands high,
and.9 years old next Spritig. He was
sired by Nillfier. Sen., his dam Nancy
Air by Sciolto, by the irjorted fDidmed'e,
his dam by Vildan. g. dam b* Spardill,
g. g. dam by the imported hqrse Crawford.
It is needless'to go into a .tull pedigree of
Nullifier, Se'n., as he is well known.a,.
The purchaser will be required to1ive
note with iwo approved securities. Prp
erty not to -be transrered until the terms of
sale are codiplied with.
Nov.27 Gt 44
State of South Cariolina.
IN THE COMMON PIbEAS
Alsty Mobley, Lewis Mo1Aey, Declariaion
Vs. . . (n
Simeos. Jny. . Auathanent.
T HE Plaintiffis who by leave of the
Court, were allowedto plead their detmands
ngainst the Defend:mt, have this day filed their
Declaration agninst the snhl Simeoi Jay, and
he having no *ile or Attorney knAvn to re.
side in this State npon whonma rule to plead,
with a icopy or said Declaration dould be
served. Ordered th'at the said Simeon do
plead to thi- Declaration within a year and
a day. orfli'aljn'netwill beawardedagainst
T[HOfl'S G. BACON, 6. c. P.
Clerk'. Office, 22d Noi: 184-f.
Nov. 27 44 ry
State of' Souli ('arolina.
IN TIIE COM MON PLEAS.
Benj. F. Lanidrum, be:arer, Dedalion
Richard Allen. .AItdhMaent.
T I E Plainiffi in thie ainvo stited case
having. this day filed his Declaration in my
Offlie and the Derendant iaving no wire or
attorney known to reside wiithin the limits of
the State, on whotm a copy %r th same with a
rile to plead can be served.. It is therefrie Or.
derad. that he nopears anl pled to the stnme.
within one year atiu n day from the date hereof,
or final annd absonlte judgment will be an% urded
tHO.M AS G. BACON, c. .
Clerk's Ofie'21st N'ov. 1844
Nov. 27 44 ly
State of South Caroliha.
. IN.-TfE COMMON-PL|EA.
J. IV. Srokeos. Dedaration in
I. e l'nintifls in the' abtove stated cases,
T1.having this day fled their Declarations in
my Office, and the Dcfetdainthaving tin wire or
Attorney knowtn to reside wiitlhin the linits of
the State on whotm a copy of the sne witlh.p
rnile to plead can be served. "It is- thierefoare.
Ordered" that the Deata~ppe' u~ln
to thte satme wiihin a year atud a day froini the
daty huereof, or fiinil atnd absolttte jtndgmeutt will
be awaurded ngatmst htim.
* . TIJOMi H G. BA CON,c. d. c.
Clerk's Ollice, 22d Nuv. 1844.
Nov. 27 . 44 l'y
State of South Cariolfa.
IN T"HE C~tjMMON PLEAS.
Robert R. luter, ? Declaration i:
P.H sn.. iltachmennt.
T5 lIE Plaittiff in the above stated ease,
..having this'day filed their Declaratiotts in
my Offic4, niid the Defendamt havis no wire
oa'..Atorney known to reside wimoitn te limits
of the State ott whotm a copy or the sante witht
a sole Jo plead. cant hte served; " It is therefore
Ordered-". That the Defendiaitippear duod plead1
to the paine withtin a' y'entr aitd a day fromt the
daute. hereof or final and absolute jtudgment will
be awasrddLnaninst htm
. . ThlOM AS G. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk's Ocfe,228 FNov 1844.
- LL persons indebted -to the Estate of
AWtt. .loor, deceased, are regyested to
make pnymaent immewdtmidly, nd tlhose havitng
-demands against said Estate will present theni
according to lawv for liaytmet.
- 8. C.100OR, Fxeeniri.
Nov. 27, 1844.3 . p.. 4'4.
Seiling of at Costf
H.U' IE Subscrtiesauhaving determined to
. bring theirliustneisto: a close by thie 1st
of ,Jaitsary next. will sell-their preadim~t'c k
of Dry Gosods, Hardware,tokey e:a
We would also' .eiay todthose- iiadebted roens
by note or account. dse1st!or January 1843
and '44. that theymussecoleorward and-pay
up. FRAZIER & ADDISON.
.Nov.20 -7 t 43
YI Hotuse n 66I beb 'I ho reside;
IJcontnintgi4.acres; witir new :nnd cm,1
mnodions buildings.. - .,
Edgefeld, Nov.20 ..a 4
L L persons indebted to C. 3. Glover,
bily contract with Greenville Hord, are.
earnestly regnested toneino forw'tird and
settle the same, as the'husitess is 'discnn
tinued. 1 think a settletrgest duce framu all
C. 3. GLOVER.
-P. S. The books :aul- accoutnts will be
round with Mr. G. IlpD anatthe old stand,
wh~o is auuhorised to softde as. herciorore.
,Nov.13 : ..tr. 42
07"The rriends. ofn . S. C9. SC4aTT,
annonce him as a canididate for Tax
Collector, at the ensuigeletio
Nov. 6, 4 ;
. CORNERDE ME AN
AVE just received, Rnd will. edntinke t
ticles,wlich they offer to their otrioda .
20 bhds. choice St. Croix Sugars
30- do. Porto'Rico do.
10" do. Muscovado do.'
3 do. Clairfield dd.
10 bbls, Crnasied do.
5 do. Pulverized do.
5 boles dotbleieiiied libaf Stigar.
G01bagsOld Governmon Java Coffee
0 ild.- Aigustura dq.
300 choice Rio do.
20 casks briine Cheese
200 pieces Heavy Dundee. 44 to 45 liUnh.
10t0 do. Tow, 45 i:ch
150 do GerAis & Cerolina, 44 to
50 do. Eniuc k,(bavj)44 to 1
24 bales Gun&, i dr d
3000 pair thick Br cins .c)
1000 do.. Kip so.
1000 do Women andB os
'3000 lbs Sole Lea her. s
150 coils 31nnilla
0 do. Keniu'c Rope
50 do. Jute, do.
25 bblis. New, Oileens. -
100000 lbs. h'o-rItarions asiies.(i:
J an& 4'hi.22I and 2J by - to
2J to -Ais., 44 to8 by A to J.
5010 lba- BanI from
4000 bHoo on fro j to nch
10 bundles Nail Rods
5 do era Stil, assorted sizes,
Ginger, Pepper. Spice, Cinnamon, Nutl
Shoe Thread, Cotton and Wool Cards, Brat
Churns, Keelers Willow Wagons and V rndle
Brnoins; Wnde Bowls, Wash Stands, Be
Mills, Soapy Wagori Boxes, *Suddre fYrns, 11
Country FJonr.'',bncco, Wool fnis,' Cups, G
Sperm Cmtdieb, Tallnw -Candles. Twrne, Cas
WANTED-10.00-lbs. BEES VAX. for v
Ma:irE fitild Advertiser will coily.-ami
Nov. 13. 1844'
'' HE Trustees of the Greenwood Acadeuies
i ianonce to the cotmnmiiity ait'hrge, that
the exercises of these. Institlutions will colm
mence ion the First- Alonday of.January next.
Thto Fetnnle School will be under the instruc
lion of tle Misses LocisA-and Sat'an RIcARD
sos.. The- ormer lady is. the present: iienm.
bent, the littler recently taughit-liti Edgefield
Court House, where she .isfavorably .ki:*
as a. competent inostructeas Miss McNU.n,
will continue in charre of the Musical- De.
partment. Thie Mae Department willbc
tautght by Mr JAINs H -9.gg, the- lresent ill
structor. who has the experience ofeight yen
In,consideratinn of the pressure of the tines
the rates of tuition has beei reduced, and nre
~. ~.. TZ. ntE ! .
Per'&ssion of Fire Months
Orthography. Reading.-.Writing, lri
mary Geogruphy and Arithniic, $6 O
TIle above with Geograph . Child's
First and Second Boik of Histmy,
Gioot's Bookof Nature nd History
of U.S. .. 11 0(
Tle above with English (rraninar,
Miss Swift's Philosophy. antd Comn
p)ositionf... .SI$1 (
The abovct wi'l .Natural 'Mental anld
l'ltoral P*1'hilpsophly, Chiemlistry. Nut
tndn History, Botanly, Anctent His-.
oifv.Algbra, Gecme~try,.&c., 5(
'the Frech fltga will be taughtt at
.an~ extra charge, . 601'
!tlstrtilln In .lusic on the Piano. 20 O(
loo the tale of thel. Pianlo, .. 2 O(
Mawlntheatics, the Latin and Gr.eek
Lannpinges. in the mnaic departnienlt, 16 O(
For C~ontimgencies, 5
. Board ay be- obtained fron ~7 to $8 poi
'Thle Trllstees htave.naiso made arrangementa
to procure smaledl Preachinag in the Chlapel. amec
will re-organize the0 Suinday School,..wich ha
an excellent library: of suitable books.
*. FR. CA LHOUN,
* GeW CURTISS, ~
- -T. CHIEATIJAM. J
Nov. 13 eowtJ - 42
H E suibscriber, inforins the Poblic, the
. h# will opena-SCHOOL at his owr
residence, near.Loundsville, A bbeville District
on~ the -Second Monday of .January next, it
which wil, be lau~ght the Enlish . Branches
fh1tllenIyties, tihe Greek, Latmn .and. Frenh:
Langulages. As he- has haed long experienet
irn.Tncing-as: his wvhole attenitmon. will hi
givenlato a -very liinitedlnumbke of scholr
and t~heloention~ia.remarkaebly healthy alny
eitr niaoed from .all -scenesoaf dissipatinlr
v.ip(As flatterk:hiptskif that he wviii con
f~4jecive a due sharge of the paui~ioa
ofc hehi.. . . . ..
.Tuition'iier Sessidniof:itC mittths, $18 00
. at. $8.00 per amonth, payable he il
yey ?tt.advanlce. -
All who wti'h to enter shoiild make appli
caion tmmedieteiyfqa only. a limited umnbea
clan-.bet!ceived. - --
eThe Edgefield- Adveiuisier wiltl pdbish the
above'unti he 1st of Jnnnary. and forward his
accont to ttbica. bbeemll Banner.
DY an ord-r fro' n :Hill, Ordinary oh
'Edigeiel Dit~tr1 'lall proceed, to 4ell
ait the late re su~~es Hamis, di.
ceased, o A e~ a plortion'of the
the pteept 'crop qfC'&rn a ~Horses,
Hogs, Cows, Plantation ~~s eist ol
Blackbinith's Touts,-Housebd 'ai 5itchen
FurnIture, an~d ouie.Wtro and ier, on a
credit of twelve months;wmth slotelagd aero.
Also, wvill be ronted at the same timednd
phace, two Plantations for the ensungyear
one on wiih,.Hexekinit eorsh~s, ad the
other one whereMo'ud lHitl~v
- -DAVID -HRJEzcmo
receie fresh Ippieof hoa t w A i
nd-the Irode,at the lowest ce
5 dozen. Rocking Chairs, -and w
B A NKE TS'. -,
2.bales 94 BliniktAl'
2, lo. I04 do. we~wi f e.
- pair -
2 Jo. Grey do- 104;4
A ogd usadri e
10 to 1-4.
pI- - Rd;
0-flag., ss Otd Si
10,000 IpiS o:r
-30 KeNI~iiit' tFLt
20 'do. Iusi
* 4. SpauishCI -dbr',
-'M-. Light pani L.
5'i .npiial R Ml 4W(ve s.
50 Boxes Teps Oi4,ng ,ofgnpow
der, IlysiIn and Jinperiaj
6 Gases Caiteess,-unqpo
te ,-eslsW& e
egs. Saltpetre, Bluo Stogqe,n g, it q ea'
;H Bound . Blcklets Pnsted Ju ue T S.
3 Waslboads, qioa'.Dippin, C bes Pins,
lows. Rakds, 1. doz. Scythe, andlies Cof'co
'inglow Gins, Starch. Pistols; Cal pa Fi.
riudstones. OsiuabuisWhite Lead .ld .
ings. Fifdh Chains,- &c., &c.
'hich the higihest cush price will be paidM
ibE tke this ien'nuofinformiig 4h0 iub
fie, particularly. Mill-irghts.-:--0Mill: ow
tiers, ot those about engaging.niniir that wq.
have. punchasei ofGideoii fiotchkiksi the ex.
clusive right of his Veilical Reiction Water
\Vheel, foi the State of South : Carolifiaahd
are-prepared to har eth .new.. iproeminent
ptlv up for all that desire: it,". or todsApose olf
Rights to irdlvidpalk or: clubs. .Thbeadaotion
of these Wheels is easy,not requring any very
grcat mechainical skill.. TIle:Vekicul Reacitiots
Whdel is adapted to all heads.1om, two feet:
apwards-rec4uires.one third less water to par
form oie-thiril, half, dpuhle, an in some in.
stances three times as.,psuch.us the..oldalutter
wheel-s not affected bykbakswater-edn be
placed on the shAft of a corntadun~httlexheel,
securiig uniforni.motion in all. parts of each
revOlution. It makes Ii'om 10*Q04btrokesin
a miniute; is never frpzen up. .Somditf-theso
mills have been known to cut -on .art.aven
from FvE to sEvE.thousand' feet:af ,: iii
24hours-one as high as TWELVE.T HOb
SAND. With eqiuml power and speid-ifwill
propel any other kind of machinery.- It- coM
bines stiengthdurability,veloity, and simplici
ty ofemnstrriction. The use of thme improve
meinit oneo year will in suost instances irepaythme
expenso. A .set of tite W ekls mgy be seenat
Mlcliee & lrvipe' s MoreT'reerttille. '.tN
Aliaimnunicaioni, addressed'to eide~ pl'
the snbsmcribers, post paid, will lie piromnptg re
tended to. -.
-WILIJA M T. MOQfRY.
JOHN G ofOORE.
Smnithiford, York Dist..S.- C.
N. B. Johni G. Moore~rmay he'addressed, or
seen personfally at Greenville C. H., till'abott
Y ai Order from Jpohn Hill Esq., Ordipt:
ry of Fdgeficld District. I ihail .poceed
to sell on Thnrsday the fifthdav of December
next; .'1 the late' residence of Joseph .linss de-.
ceaseid; all the personal loroperty of~said ide-.
ceaisedcosnsisting ofl nint I.kely Negroeyi.-.hr%
se', hioacs; one m yoke of opy,,q; -vr
plantation tooks honsehold an~d kitchellfurnr
lure, all the present crop of cotton, ccrigad
rudder ona a credit of twelve months. . Perchiis
ers to give note with approved'- securly; the
property not changed until the terms-of eal,
iire complied withi;.and~if re-sold:at-tihe fdrmner
purchasers risk. .
JAMES CURRY, Adr'r.
Nov.13 - 4t. 42 -
Plantation for saIe.
T HI E usdersignied offer. his plantation roi
sale, knowvn as:Rorse Crek','about two
mniles' below Aingtista, on the Savanush River,
in Edgefishd D' ' 'e;8oin:garia.
- Horse creek) iatiuonalnis eight hmn
dred and l Gnietrea, aireeablystatkeglahdl A.
hreethnmndredanm fifyarsof winchs rifeir
remnaipder bgh ij ' iiuia growth of oak;
hikorg.aud pin L~ . :I
*At the settlemetp igAb lw grond, are ex
tensivelbarns and stables,,with a .colnfortabbd
sinalj dwelling imnd-. negro .honsa,611iao
repair and a well of hxce~IeiiWa ..
sale iiii.;they fiI~ra' Tesday~iiDn dei e~rt
wlen,;ifnot disposed o. ii wHli iipz
lilet at tbe lowe; alarket Houis '&li ity
of Angusta ;
Tei ins of pae wne tidniAirth teiiof
J'anuaryneit, when possessitn snie
will bh gived; *n8'thie rem'at
a-credii olroie and twoyas
interest froma the'daeof-iblesz'
*Noiies-with a mortgage enthe panfts$inwl
hb' requiredd.Other termsoehilkioer~hlie
day or sal 2
'I a~el~ Adveserrn u~jhjrg
Journial wrjish the above, adtt
the-dayofsale u C.i
Rownea by N Loawe,;~mu"
tog-foukhdnired:nd forty.dl 43
on Turkey.Creek,-imuidiatlr ot~vg
road, leading' froi0 E~je'e C Jm6 Ai
ville C. H. Any one wishing to puiae -u
do well to-exathins farthemselves.
-Apply to'the sanshane@4 e.-'9iiN t